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Bust-A-Move Millennium Gameboy game

"Bust-A-Move Millennium," also known as "Puzzle Bobble Millennium" (パズルボブル ミレニアム, Pazuru Boburu Mireniamu) in Japan, is a captivating video game developed by Altron and published by Acclaim Entertainment under their Club Acclaim label for the Game Boy Color system. It made its debut in North America on October 24, 2000, followed by a release in Europe on November 17, 2000, and in Japan on December 22, 2000.

Continuing the tradition of its predecessors, this installment maintains the mechanics introduced in "Puzzle Bobble 4." It features a new story mode, a two-player-link mode, and a challenging "Challenge" mode reminiscent of the Game Boy version of "Puzzle Bobble 4." However, players often find the controls/pointer to be inconsistent, requiring them to 'jiggle' the cursor to precisely aim their bubble shots.

The game's storyline revolves around the theft of the Golden Puzzle, plunging the once peaceful Puzzle World into chaos. Players embark on a puzzle-packed adventure to restore happiness, encountering various zany characters, each with their own unique bubble-bursting strategy. Moreover, the game offers exhilarating 2-player head-to-head action using a Game Link cable, adding an extra layer of excitement to the gameplay experience.

Originally developed by Dreams and published by Altron under license from Taito, "Bust-A-Move Millennium" received widespread acclaim upon its release. Its popularity soared, especially with the addition of the long-awaited two-player link cable mode, providing endless entertainment for players of all ages.

This beloved puzzle franchise has left an indelible mark on gaming history, captivating audiences worldwide with its simple yet addictive gameplay mechanics. Whether you're a seasoned player or new to the series, "Bust-A-Move Millennium" promises hours of fun and challenge as you embark on a quest to restore peace to the Puzzle World.

Game category: Gameboy games

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